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Kasia Hanson, Min Kyriannis and Antoinette King join SSN Advisory Board

Kasia Hanson, Min Kyriannis and Antoinette King join SSN Advisory Board

YARMOUTH, Maine—Security Systems News is excited to announce the addition to three new Advisory Board members – Min Kyriannis, CEO, Amyna Systems, Antoinette King, Founder, Credo Cyber Consulting LLC, and Kasia Hanson, chair, Security Industry Association’s (SIA) Women in Security Forum, in addition to her role as a global director at Intel Corp.

Started two years ago to help guide editorial content for the publication’s annual conference, SecurityNext (dates and location for 2022 event coming soon!), the SSN Advisory Board has grown to include the who’s who of the security industry. These accomplished security professionals bring a wealth of experience – more than 60 combined years within security – as well as extensive expertise within many areas of both physical and cybersecurity, working closely throughout their careers with end users, suppliers, consultants and systems integrators.

“We are just thrilled to add these three incredible women to an already stellar advisory board,” said SSN Publisher Sarah Flanagan. “Each of them is truly a rising star in our industry, and we are excited to have them help guide content for SecurityNext, and to have them speak and lead conversations both at our annual conference and within the pages of our publication.”

Min Kyriannis, who launched Amyna Systems this year, has 25-plus years working in industries involved with enterprise and converged systems, information technology, operational technology, cybersecurity, physical security and risk management across the globe.

“It is an honor to be selected to participate in the board,” she said.  “We know that Security Systems News is a leader in this industry and has made numerous strides in advancing the security industry. To be part of the board and to help move the needle further as a thought leader is truly an honor.”

Prior to launching Credo Cyber Consulting LLC, Antoinette King worked with Axis Communications as a key account manager with a focus on end user engagements in the NY/NJ region. She has 20 years of experience in the security industry, beginning her career as a field technician responsible for the installation, design and implementation of integrated security solutions.

“Security Systems News has always been an incredible supporter of the security industry, proving to be an excellent source of news and relevant content,” King said. “I am honored to have been asked to participate as a member of the SSN Advisory Board to continue that legacy alongside such esteemed colleagues.”

Kasia Hanson, who took over this year as chair of SIA’s WISF, has been with Intel for more than 20 years and is responsible for partner and end user sales of Intel’s Edge.AI portfolio and partner solutions for the Internet of Things.

“SSN has been a extremely supportive partner helping to raise awareness of diversity and inclusion in the security market,” said Hanson. “I am honored to be a part of the SSN Advisory Board representing Women in Security.”

Please click here for a complete list of SSN Advisory Board members, including photos and bios.


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